The Countess of Wessex shared a video message for parents

The Countess of Wessex shared home-schooling tips for parents and carers on the royal family's Instagram and Twitter accounts. The Countess of Wessex filmed a video which encourages parents not to feel alone in their new routine. The video was shot by her teenage daughter Lady Louise, at Sophie's royal home in Bagshot Park, Surrey.
The video was shot by her teenage daughter Lady Louise Windsor, at Sophie's royal home in Bagshot
In the video, "For parents and carers, it can be a daunting time to help our children and young people through this period of uncertainty," says the Countess of Wessex. Then she continues: "But please don't feel alone. Make use of the resources out there and the fantastic digital communities that are sharing them and supporting them. Stay safe and thinking of you all."
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  1. J'ai regardé la vidéo où nous voyons la comtesse Sophie pleine de naturel que j'ai toujours trouvé sympathique !

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  2. I don't think i have ever heard her speak before. I like her voice, she sounds very eloquent, much like Kate.
    j.

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  3. Nice initiative, her make up is the weak point, the borders of make up areas are too distinct.

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    1. Who cares about her makeup? Who cares about her hair? Her emphasis is obviously on her message of comfort. She is a wise and clever lady.

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    2. Well Virginia, I started by saying that she took a nice initiative, ok! I don't mean anything different than you and others, however it was not a reason for forgetting a look in the mirror before hand.

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  4. Great job! Thank you Sophie and Louise.

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  5. This is lovely, useful, and comforting. Sophie is really peaking at the moment, stepping up to help the British royal family 👌🏼

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  6. Nice of her to stay in touch with the people.I hope this nightmare is over soon. It is really really getting old very fast.It also remind us that there is something out there we can't see,and we buckle under the weight of it. So fellow posters I wish you all the best but foremost health.

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  7. Well done to them both, thoughtful video. Great camera job Lady Louise;)
    Glo

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  8. Excellent job, well done.

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  9. This is nice and almost no horrible, critical comments for a change!

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